You might be great at long-term relationships. You might thrive at those setups where you spend six nights a week together, taking Sundays to yourselves. You may even live with somebody, and it might be going well. But marriage is that next level business. Marriage means knowing that every single decision you make affects your partner, from the friends you keep to the foods you eat to the jobs you work to the credit cards you pay off (or don’t pay off). It’s not made for everybody because the pressure can be too much for some people to handle while continuing to lead productive, happy lives. Why do you think divorce rates are so high? Plenty of couples walk down the isle who had perfectly happy relationships for years before marriage, but slapping a contract on it changed things. Here are eight personality traits that just won’t survive marriage.